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Download question setAnswersa) In an inductor voltage leads current by and in resistor both voltage and current are in the same phase, the resultant of AND that is in the diagram will lead by phase So the resultant current will also lead by a phase

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Now, calculating the impedance (Z) of the circuit.

(c) When direct current is passed through the circuit the potential difference across the inductor is zero.

The potential difference of the circuit = potential difference across the resistor

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